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Revolver Revue 87 (2012)
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87 (2012)

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Vít Kremlička
Věnec sonetů
A wreath of sonnets
Lucie Holá
Hřbitovní fotokvítí aneb dokud nás smrt nespojí
Cemetery photo-flowers or "Until death reunite us"
Mike Baugh
Tři povídky
Three short stories
Veronika Richterová
Monogramista SK
The Monogramist SK
Lubomír Martínek
Muškátový oříšek (ukázka z prózy)
The Nutmeg (extract of a prose)
Pavel Kalina
Asijské zápisky
Asian notes
Róbert Gál
Pribúdanie (2)
The Rise (2)
Petr Vaňous
Modelové situace
Type situations
Markéta Hlinovská
Z prací
Selection of works
Klára Elšíková
Zítra už usnu (ukázka z prózy)
Tomorrow I will finally fall asleep (extract of a prose)
Rachel Mikos
Letní škola Ulánbátaru
The summer school in Ulaanbaatar


Josef Pazderka
Nikdo vás nepotřebuje (1. část)
No one needs you (1st part)
Jan Čumlivski
Žírné merino (Druhá část ze čtyř - Řád)
Fertile Merino (Second part of four - The Order)
Minuta smíchu
A minute of laughter


Viktor Karlík
Zvětšeniny (Od Husáka k Havlovi)
Enlargements (From Husák to Havel)

It's Only Rock'n'Roll but ...(aneb design obalů hudebních nosičů v naší zemi od poloviny šedesátých let do dnešních dnů, jak ho na vlastní oči pozoroval a nakonec o něm napsal Karel Haloun, s pěti intermezzy odkazujícími k dění za západními hranicemi - pokračování)
It's Only Rock'n'Roll but...(the design of music album covers in our country since the mid-sixties to the present day as witnessed with his own eyes and reported on by Karel Haloun, with five intermezzi referring beyond the western borders - continuation)
Petr Babák
představuje (Deep Throat)
introduces (Deep Throat)

Ateliéry 2012/XXX

Ateliers 2012/XXX
Michal Nesázal (projekt Viktora Karlíka a Karla Cudlína)
Michal Nesázal (a project by Viktor Karlík and Karel Cudlín)

Abc Ekonomie

Abc of economics
Anna Kareninová
Čas nejsou peníze: Ezra Pound a jeho Abeceda ekonomie
Time isn't money: Ezra Pound and his ABC of economics
Ezra Pound
ABC ekonomie
ABC of economics


Tereza Marečková
Oko na háčku (Conradovo Srdce temnoty v divadle Komedie)
An eye on a hook (Conrad's Heart of darkness in Theater Komedie)
Pavel Kalina
Obraz ikony (nad knihou Ikona v ruském myšlení 20. století)
Picturing the icon (about the book The icon in Russian thought of the 20th century)
Veronika Tuckerová
Rehabilitace Uprky? Za dvěma výstavami (Uprka v Praze, Raupp v Brně)
Uprka's rehabilitation? On two exhibitions (Uprka in Prague, Raupp in Brno)
Marek Vajchr
Čistý průchod (o knize Sylvy Fischerové Pasáž)
A clear passage (about Sylva Fischerová The Passage)
Petr Adámek
Dvě knihy poezie (Opolského Staré lesy a Zelenkovy Básně)
Two books of poetry (Opolský's ancient woods and Zelenka's Poetry)
Hana Kosáková
Znovu Vaculíkův Rušný dům
Again, Vaculík's Lively house
Hana Ulmanová
Vybírat život (ke knize Literární biografi e jako křižovatka žánrů)
Choosing life (about the book Literary biography as a crossroad of genres)
Petr Onufer
K novému výboru z Allena Ginsberga
About the new anthology of Allen Ginsberg's work

Zvláštní Příloha

Special Supplement
Viktor Šlajchrt
Jedna věta
One Sentence


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The Snowden leaks and the ensuing NSA scandal made the whole world debate privacy and data protection. Now the discussion has entered a new phase - and it's all about policy. A focal point on the politics of privacy: claiming a European value. [more]

Beyond Fortress Europe
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Greek bailout referendum, Euro Summit, Germope
Victor Tsilonis of "Intellectum" (Greece) comments on recent developments in the Greek crisis: the short-lived euphoria of the 5 July referendum, Alexis Tsipras's subsequent "mental waterboarding", and the outlook for a German-led Europe. [more]

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Does migration intensify distrust in institutions?
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Timothy Snyder
Europe and Ukraine: Past and future
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Literature     click for more

Karl Ove Knausgĺrd
Out to where storytelling does not reach
To write is to write one's way through the preconceived and into the world on the other side, to see the world as children can, as fantastic or terrifying, but always rich and wide-open. Karl Ove Knausgĺrd on creating literature. [more]

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